The addictive cut arrived over the summer with a captivating set of visuals, giving fans a glimpse of what's to come.
"Astronauts do things differently considering the fact that most of their thought is focused on what is beyond earth," says Toronto-based Crash Adams. "They're not boggled down by earthly struggles and are not easily conditioned. This song is about looking past what you've been moulded to do and seeing the space of something new."
Made up of Rafaele Massarelli (Crash) and Vince Sasso (Adams), the duo says they grew up on Michael Jackson and Led Zeppelin—and some rap. While they're still relatively new to the scene, "Astronauts" is proof they can play in a similar lane as fellow alt-pop acts like Atlas Genius and St. Lucia.
Check out the video below and stay tuned for more from Crash Adams.